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starborninstitute@gmail.comStarborn Institute Presents "High Hopes" for airdate 2/14/13 (February 6, 2013)

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Happy Valentine's Day! With the Sun and Venus in Aquarius trining Jupiter in Gemini, many people can have HIGH HOPES for a good partnership, collaboration, harmony, and perhaps a sudden surprising breakthrough based on their good ideas and enthusiasm. In addition, both the Moon and Uranus in Aries, the sign of new beginnings, indicate that people with innovative ideas can gain a lot of support from those who are highly educated or have great creativity. If you are willing to work hard to solve hidden problems, you can be well rewarded soon.

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